ABOUT Eurobasket Summer League (ESL)
The Eurobasket Summer League (ESL) has been known as the #1
international exposure event in the business. Over 705 players who have attended
ESL events in the past 9 years are currently playing professionally in seventy
(70) different leagues globally. Please click the following link to verify the
former ESL players and their current league. ESL continues to attract some of
the best available talent from around the globe, including NCAA All-Americans
and thriving professional veterans.
Eurobasket is the most powerful online media tool for the global basketball
market as 2.7 million basketball related users visit the site on a monthly
basis. Eurobasket.com dedicates front page priority for up to date coverage of
all ESL events, standings, statistics, game reports, and all-tournament teams.
The unmatched demand of Eurobasket coverage allows ESL participants to draw
attention from the top coaches, GM’s, and owners across the globe.
2016 will bring a lot of high profile events for ESL including three camps
during the NBA Summer Leagues in July. The first of those camps will be in
Orlando on July 2nd to 3rd for the first week of NBA Summer League. The last two
will take place during the Las Vegas Summer League period on July 8th to 9th and
from July 10th to 11th. We will kick off the ESL schedule on April 16th and 17th
in Portsmouth, VA during the annual PIT Classic featuring 64 of the country’s
best college seniors. The ESL will also make stops in high profile stops in
Atlanta, GA and Kansas City, MO.
Each event takes the structure of the NBA Combine allowing teams to scout each
player to their full potential. The first day will feature each player
participating in a series of athleticism tests (vertical jump, sprints, agility,
etc), position specific shooting evaluation, and game simulation (transition,
defense, 3on3, etc). This allows each player to show their individual skill
level both physically and mentally. The second day will feature the 5on5 games
allowing each player to show their skill set in the game format. In
international game of basketball is one based on team and not individuality.
Therefore, selfishness will not be permitted. It does no good for the player,
his teammates, or the coaches trying to scout talent. This is a program that can
get you where you want to be.
If you would like more information regarding ESL for players, agents,
volunteers, and coaches please contact ESL Director Dustin Simcox at
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